WISER Forum - June 28, 2016

Capital Building: View from 101 Constitution

The Millennial Perspective: An Intergenerational Discussion on Retirement Solutions 




Sarah Holden, ICI (research on Millennials)
Joe Ready, Wells Fargo (401(k) Trends)
James Mahaney, Prudential Financial (Student Debt)
Spencer Pringle, Retirement Clearinghouse (Millennials & Stopping Cash-Outs) 

This annual WISER forum featured the iOme Challenge winning team of college students who discussed their advisory paper in response to this year's challenge question. The iOme Challenge encourages students to challenge status quo thinking about the current state of retirement and propose viable policy recommendations. This year's teams were asked how the private retirement system can be re-imagined to accommodate the needs of those in traditional work arrangements as well as the changes in the work-life patterns of the Millennial generation. Read the winning essay from Michigan Technological University.

A keynote speaker and a panel of administration officials and congressional staff leaders also discussed current legislative proposals. A reception followed honoring the iOme Challenge winners.  

June 28, 2016
Forum: 2:00-5:30 p.m.
Reception: 5:30-7:00 p.m.         

Capitol View Conference Center
101 Constitution Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20001 

Invited participants included experts from women's and aging organizations, the financial and retirement communities, policy organizations, and government agencies.

Questions? Call (202) 393-5452 or email info@wiserwomen.org.



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